C'est à tous les deux

maayani

Senior Member
Hebrew
Bonjour,

Le pere: Qu’est-ce que tu fais ? Tu me filmes ? C’est ta mère qui t’a offert ça ?
Benjamin: C'est à tous les deux.

(From the movie: "dans le forêt").

The context: Benjamin and his brother are in the car, their father took them from the airport (they visit him in Sweden). And while he is in the car, Benjamin is taking photos in his cellphone.
What does it mean here "C'est à tous les deux" ? That the cellphone belongs to both Benjamin and his brother?

Thanks in advance.
 
  • Kwistax

    Senior Member
    français - Belgique
    I just saw this movie a couple of days ago. I think the older brother means the phone belongs to both of them, the two brothers.
    In the following sequences, one notices there're only two phones: the father's and the brothers'.

    The more regular way to say that would be: c'est à nous deux. But it's a kid who's talking.
     
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